Families who wish to be considered for need-based financial aid for De La Salle or Regina High School are encouraged to attend Tuition Assistance Night.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at De La Salle's stained-glass project at Thompson Art Glass.
Anti-Bullying Week will take place at De La Salle Collegiate from Jan. 27-31. This school-wide initiative is intended to raise awareness of the issue of bullying among children, especially in high schools.
Junior Lorance Morrison has been recognized with the Random Act of Kindness Award for his charitable work with the school’s Christian Service Office in December.
On the heels of last month’s wildly successful student presentation at De La Salle Collegiate, Kenny Spear will return on Jan. 21 to educate parents about prevention tools and techniques to best empower their children.
Thanks to a generous donation from Mrs. Irene Wojcik, the 84-seat chapel at De La Salle Collegiate will shine even brighter with the installation of a new stained-glass window.
Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests.
With Prayers and Gratitude, from De La Salle Collegiate, Merry Christmas.
Kenny Spear held an all-school assembly inside the Bill Fox Gymnasium at De La Salle Collegiate, where he captivated students with his powerful and moving testimony.
De La Salle Collegiate students connected with the non-profit Good Shepherd Coalition of Macomb County to identify families needing help with groceries and gifts for the Christmas holiday.
The December Student, Teacher and Staffer of the Month are: counselor Dominic Reid, junior Eddie Olejniczak, and social studies teacher Andrew Grauzer.
Senior Noah Cole just made $112,913 - virtually - in an online simulation game at MarketWatch.com that engages students in the world of global capital markets.
Senior art student Tyler Looman is doing some tedious work to refurbish a statue of St. Jude for Theology teacher Kyle Kopy.
De La Salle art teacher John Hicks is a featured artist at the Center for Creative Studies in Detroit this month.
Five De La Salle Collegiate students competed Wednesday in the second part of the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition. Their scores in the first portion ranked among the top 100 students in Michigan.
As a way to show their gratitude, some students were asked to write letters to individual faculty or staff members. We hear from nine of the boys who had the opportunity to read their letters to those they are most grateful for.
Representatives from the U.S. Naval Academy and West Point visited De La Salle this week to speak to students about military service.
Today is the perfect time to show your support for De La Salle Collegiate by making a donation to the Lasallian Fund.
Murder, mystery, and comedy abound as the De La Salle Collegiate Wig and Mask Society presents Clue On Stage in December.
De La Salle Collegiate has been named one of the nation's best schools for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, according to Newsweek magazine.
Junior Will Smythe held a sports equipment drive to help support the Sheriff Police Athletic League in Pontiac.
This Christmas season, De La Salle’s school-wide service project – led by the junior class – will benefit 37 families living in the Warren Consolidated School District.
The November Staff, Student and Teacher of the Month are: Brother Robert Activity Center manager Sandy Buchanan, sophomore Christian Bueti, and English teacher Rebecca Cook.
A dozen De La Salle Collegiate students attended Wednesday’s Sportsmanship Summit at DeCarlo’s Banquet Center, sponsored by the Michigan High School Athletic Association.
De La Salle Collegiate alumnus Michael Glasgow hs been named Distinguished Composer and Conductor with MidAmerica Productions and MidAm International.
It is that most wonderful time of the year - the annual Holiday Arts & Crafts Show!
Junior Zdenek Svelch, an exchange student from Sušice, a small town in the Czech Republic, is delighted to be at De La Salle Collegiate.
The Pilots' varsity soccer team and their families participated in a special service event at St. Charles Borromeo Church in Detroit on Sunday.
Some students want to play football, some want to play soccer, some want to be in the band. Gianluca Cavataio does not want any of that; he wants to rule the world.
This week, the College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Program informed De La Salle Collegiate of an incredible honor received by senior Tristan Lago.
De La Salle Collegiate principal Nate Maus announced today that seniors Jarod Amparo and Justin Desmet have been named Commended Students in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program.
It's a dark and stormy night, and you've been invited to a very unusual dinner party. Each of the guests has an alias, the butler offers a variety of weapons, and the host is, well . . . dead.
Paul Mandziara, the last to coach both varsity basketball and football at De La Salle Collegiate, died Sept. 4. He was 83 years old.
The National High School Athletic Coaches Association the professional organization of school coaches and athletic directors, (NHSACA) will induct Mike Jolly of De La Salle Collegiate into its National Hall of Fame.
De La Salle Collegiate is excited to announce that school psychologist Andrew Campbell will be taking over the CAS (Creativity, Activity, and Service) coordinator position as part of our International Baccalaureate Program.
After 26 years as the head coach of De La Salle Collegiate’s varsity golf team, and numerous coaching accolades, Doug McKay will be inducted into the Michigan High School Coaches’ Association Hall of Fame.
De La Salle Collegiate has hired a veteran educator with a Catholic schools background to become its newest assistant principal. Brent Widdows, who taught art and mathematics for the past 14 years at Sterling Heights High School, becomes De La Salle’s new Assistant Principal for Student Life.
The family of the late Gary DiGiuseppe is establishing a scholarship in the alumnus's name to benefit the De La Salle Collegiate tuition assistance fund. The family hopes to aid at least three students.
Eric Wynn, who has helped start up two International Baccalaureate programs in Michigan, is bringing his educational leadership to De La Salle Collegiate this summer.
More than 280 golfers enjoyed the inaugural Christian Brothers Classic golf outing, hosted by the De La Salle Alumni Association at the Detroit Golf Club on Monday.
For the first time in school history, De La Salle Collegiate will have a senior class cabinet made up of all International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme students.
De La Salle Collegiate’s first Director of Diversity and Inclusion is no stranger to Catholic education. A former science teacher at the University of Detroit Jesuit and Academy, Marta Rhea-Johnson has been appointed to De La Salle’s newly-formed position.
One of 16 seniors who were in De La Salle Collegiate’s rigorous International Baccalaureate Diploma, Kevin Allen Kathawa gave a Valedictorian Speech at the school’s 91st commencement ceremony at Grace Christian Church on Monday evening.
Valedictorian Joseph Edmund Schaeffer is one of 10 De La Salle Collegiate seniors to post the graduation trifecta – National Honor Society, Summa Cum Laude, and being a Michigan Competitive Scholarship qualifier.
More than three dozen Honors Chemistry students from De La Salle Collegiate participated in a field trip to the Beaumont Health Research Laboratories in Oakland County.
A few dozen members of De La Salle Collegiate’s Lasallian Youth Group spent Thursday morning helping out at the eighth annual Lancers Walk, Roll, Run event at Bovenschen School in Warren.
Ed Martel, who graduated in 1987 and was drafted by the New York Yankees, died Saturday following an 18-year battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He was 49.